We all know that I love a face mask. I can’t seem to stop picking them up when i’m out and about. But when I come across one as good as this mask, I can’t wait to share it with you all!
Over the past six months or so, I have been discovering the delight that is Emma Hardie Skincare. I have tried and loved the Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask which I reviewed here along with the brand’s latest eye cream, the Midas Touch Revitalising Eye Serum which I also reviewed here. Both products received a huge thumbs up from me and are now firm favourites in my permanent skincare routine so when I had the chance to review the newest launch from the brand, the Purifying Pink Clay Detox Mask*, I jumped at the chance!
If, like me, your skin has been a bit congested and needs a general detox, then you need to check this mask out.
Skincare heavyweight, Emma Hardie has recently launched a new eye serum to the Midas Touch family, dubbed a “lightweight yet powerful anti-ageing formula”.
The eyes are the first place on the face that start to show signs of ageing. With that in mind, I try to pay a bit of extra attention to the area as prevention is definitely better than cure.
Over the past year or two, I’ve gotten much better at remembering to apply eye cream at night and I was excited to add this new product to my collection!
If you seen my post a little while ago featuring my dry skin hero products, you will have seen a rave review about the Antipodes Aura Honey Mask. If you didn’t see it, why not? Jokes. But it can be viewed here.
Since trying the amazing Aura mask, I have fallen in love with the brand and their products as a whole. Everything is nutrient rich, natural and organic so you are using the best ingredients when using this brand. You can’t not like this brand. Their ethos is very eco friendly, their packaging is fully recyclable and biodegradable. They believe in sustainable cultivation of local ingredients from New Zealand. They’re just all round, good, environmentally friendly, eggs!
In the interests of beauty blogging, I have tried out a number of products from the brand over the past few months and I’m ready to give you all the low down. Spolier alert, I love it all.
A few weeks before Christmas I was lucky enough to have had a highly informative and enlightening skincare consultation with Wendy at Therapie Clinic, Belfast. I had been invited along to the salon to have a chat about my skincare concerns to see what Therapie could recommend to address these concerns.
Like any sane person, I love a good trip to the spa to pamper myself and unwind. Unfortunately my bank balance does not enjoy these trips. I have had to cut back on such luxuries of late and start thinking of more cost effective ways of doing these kind of things so when Temple Spa made contact with me to try out one of their best selling face masks from their popular Trufflesque range – the Ultra Hydration and Radiance Masque*, I didn’t need to be asked twice!
My last Skincare Sunday focussed on my quest for hydration in the form of the Chanel Hydrabeauty Micro Serum. This week, the theme continues in the form of a hydrating, and very luxurious, mask.